We’ve used electricity to treat our brains for thousands of years, from placing electric fish on our heads to cure migraines to using electroconvulsive therapy to alleviate depression. But over time, our focus has shifted from restoring health to augmenting our abilities. Should we be wearing battery-powered caps to improve our concentration, or implanting electricity-emitting devices to expand our thinking capacity? Guests include: Brian Johnson, CEO of Kernel.
Rising trade tensions with the United States should not obscure the importance of China's progress in transforming its economy and opening its markets, according to Goldman Sachs Research's Tim Moe. On the latest episode of our podcast, Exchanges at Goldman Sachs, he says the size of the Chinese economy and its diminished reliance on trade to fuel growth makes it resilient to the direct impact of trade tariffs. At the same time, the inclusion of China A shares in global benchmark stock indexes means the Chinese market is poised to become an even bigger player on the global equity stage. "We have a very strong view that the opening up of the A-share market is something that investors globally really need to take very seriously and prepare for," he says. With a market capitalization of $9.3 trillion-second in size to only the US stock market--"people are just going to have to care about this," Moe says. The approved A shares will be phased into the MSCI indexes slowly, but as their inclusion ramps, benchmarked funds will be required to hold a greater proportion of Chinese assets. And with that comes greater exposure to a deep market with "lots of opportunity for so-called alpha generation or stock-picking capability," Moe says.
This podcast was recorded on June 28, 2018. All price references and market forecasts correspond to the date of this recording.
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http://biggerpockets.com/show296 What does it take to truly find financial independence? Money? Deals? Mentors? Or could it be something else entirely… something intangible? In this episode of the BiggerPockets Podcast, we sit down with Rock Thomas, a real estate investor and agent who shows others the simple mindset shifts needed to achieve financial freedom. In other words, it’s time to work on YOUR “money blueprint.” Through Rock’s story, you’ll learn the most important skills any individual needs to achieve in any field, the best way to find and attract mentors who can teach you the path, how to change your “operating system” to one that is far more successful, and so much more. With powerful stories, humor, and insight, Rock’s story is one you won’t want to miss!
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H&M rusar efter oväntat starka försäljningssiffror. Detta tas givetvis upp i dagens Börslunch, där det även blir mycket snack om makro. Gäster är Rose Marie Westman och Jonas Olavi.
#Sparpodden 252! Veckans gäst är Henrik von Sydow för att vägleda oss i de tänkbara scenarion vi står inför det stundande riksdagsvalet i Sverige 2018. Varför han tror resultatet blir 40/40/20 och därmed 3 olika block i Svensk politik. Vilka datum under hösten som är bra för dig som investerare att känna till. Vi reder ut de mesta tänkbara funderingarna som är bra att känna till inför valet till helgen! Lyssna in!
This is easily one of my most fire interviews of all time - chopping it up with my man Aubrey Marcus, pushing hard into the reasons that you're not winning right now, and how to fix them. Probably the largest topic I touch in this one is the mentality behind dropping a loser friend to pick up a new one - this can push positivity, work ethic ... whatever u need it to, just listen <3
Ten years on from the collapse of Lehman Brothers, we examine what progress has been made. Are we prepared for the next global financial crisis? Helen Joyce hosts
T. Harv Eker, the Best Selling Author of Secrets of The Millionaire Mind shares his insights and unforgettable advice on creating a life with abundant wealth and success. The strategies he shares will change the way you view money forever!
These audios have been produced by an Independent Consultant and are not official materials prepared or provided by Arbonne. Arbonne makes no promises or guarantees that any Independent Consultant will be financially successful as each independent Consultants results are dependent on his or her own skills and effort.
Deepak Chopra shares his advice for Entrepreneurs on achieving success through meditation and higher consciousness.
From the financial problems facing Americans to how psychology explains people's saving and spending habits, this episode is all about money. Entrepreneur Adam Dell, founder of Clarity Money, a personal finance app that was acquired by Marcus by Goldman Sachs in April 2018, joins us to talk about all this and more, including how he created a mobile app to simplify individuals' money management. "Startups that have risen to prominence are focused on transparency, advocacy and simplicity - what I consider to be the tectonic shifts in consumer finance," he says.
This podcast was recorded on June 14, 2018.
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Med par i vinstvarningar, bud på Cinnober och budrykten på Pandora är det bäddat för ett fullmatat Börslunch. Dagens gäster är Peter Benson och Catrin Jansson.
https://www.biggerpockets.com/moneyshow38 Phillip Taylor studied to be a CPA in college, just like his dad. He graduated with some debt and decided to add to it by buying a house. In order to afford his new house, he didn’t max out his 401k—he didn’t even contribute enough to get the full company match! By the time he got serious about paying down his debt, it totaled $95,000. PT decided to journal his experiences on a blog he called PTMoney.com. And something amazing happened. He found his tribe. PT soon discovered that there was a whole community of people with financial problems who were willing to talk about it online. PT wanted to meet these people in person, have live discussions about issues they were all facing, and share ideas. He started a conference that has blossomed into THE money conference to attend, FinCon. PT shares his story of going from a finance guy who made bad decisions to a guy who helps others make great decisions about their own finances.
Advisor to Billionaire's, Athletes, Celebrities and some of the top leaders in the world! Tony Robbins is the go to guy for Success strategies and Joel Brown had the fortunate opportunity to chat with Tony about achieving success in this half an hour exclusive interview on the Addicted2Success Podcast!
I hope this helps you learn how to grow a small business. Scaling your company and hiring your first employees can be a little tricky, but if you pay yourself as little as possibly and make hiring your top priority, it will pay itself off, you just have to understand that none of the good stuff will come fast.. you're not going to make a million dollars and chill on a yacht six months into starting your company. Have the mindset that it's going to take you the next 21 years. That's how you'll win.
If it's true that everyone has the potential to be successful, why aren't the majority of people successful? It's not a matter of education or intelligence or natural giftedness. It's a matter of the will. Successful people are willing to do something that most people are not. They are willing to look bad...really bad...on their way to getting good at something & becoming someone who is truly great. Unsuccessful people aren't like this. The minute they look or feel stupid...they quit.
In the 18th-century, a device called the Mechanical Turk convinced Europeans that a robot could play winning chess. But there was a trick. It’s a trick that companies like Amazon, Google, and Facebook still pull on us today. Guests include: Jaron Lanier, futurist. Luis von Ahn, founder of CAPTCHA and Duolingo.